Saturday, 30 March 2013


A window display can in clued one or a group of props that have empathy with the display or cleverly have nothing in common with the merchandise.
For example a padded silk box  would be a  classic way to present a diamond ring. A roll of barbed wire  would be a contemporary way of presentation.
The props should not over power the products.
Too much merchandise can interfere with the artistic composition, unless this the intention of the display.

It is always worth packing away and storing props after they have been used as they may be adapted and used at a later date in another display. Smaller props, such as blocks,  hat stands, chairs and plant pots could be re-painted as used sooner.

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